Matthew A McCary
Matthew A McCary
Assistant Professor, Rice University
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Invasive plants have different effects on trophic structure of green and brown food webs in terrestrial ecosystems: A meta‐analysis
MA McCary, R Mores, MA Farfan, DH Wise
Ecology letters 19 (3), 328-335, 2016
Invertebrate functional traits and terrestrial nutrient cycling: Insights from a global meta‐analysis
MA McCary, OJ Schmitz
Journal of Animal Ecology 90 (7), 1714-1726, 2021
Globally invariant metabolism but density-diversity mismatch in springtails
AM Potapov, CA Guerra, J Van den Hoogen, A Babenko, BC Bellini, ...
Nature Communications 14 (1), 674, 2023
Transient top‐down and bottom‐up effects of resources pulsed to multiple trophic levels
MA McCary, JS Phillips, T Ramiadantsoa, LA Nell, AR McCormick, ...
Ecology 102 (1), e03197, 2021
Two decades of data reveal that Biological Invasions needs to increase participation beyond North America, Europe, and Australasia
MA Nuñez, MC Chiuffo, H Seebens, S Kuebbing, MA McCary, ...
Biological Invasions, 1-8, 2022
Effects of ungulate density and sociality on landscape heterogeneity: a mechanistic modeling approach
KM Ferraro, OJ Schmitz, MA McCary
Ecography 2022 (2), 2022
A self-study of editorial board diversity at Biological Invasions
SE Kuebbing, MA McCary, D Lieurance, MA Nuñez, MC Chiuffo, B Zhang, ...
Biological Invasions, 1-12, 2021
The role of plant–mycorrhizal mutualisms in deterring plant invasions: Insights from an individual‐based model
MA McCary, M Zellner, DH Wise
Ecology and Evolution 9 (4), 2018-2030, 2019
Championing inclusive terminology in ecology and evolution
SJ Cheng, KM Gaynor, AC Moore, K Darragh, CO Estien, JW Hammond, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 38 (5), 381-384, 2023
Covariation between local and landscape factors influences the structure of ground-active arthropod communities in fragmented metropolitan woodlands
MA McCary, E Minor, DH Wise
Landscape ecology 33, 225-239, 2018
Words matter: how to increase gender and LGBTQIA + inclusivity at Biological Invasions
D Lieurance, S Kuebbing, MA McCary, MA Nuñez
Biological Invasions 24 (2), 341-344, 2022
Plant invader alters soil food web via changes to fungal resources
MA McCary, DH Wise
Oecologia 191 (3), 587-599, 2019
Reducing allochthonous resources in a subarctic grassland alters arthropod food webs via predator diet and density
D Hoekman, MA McCary, J Dreyer, C Gratton
Ecosphere 10 (2), e02593, 2019
Inclusive sustainability approaches in common-pool resources from the perspective of Blackologists
S Yitbarek, K Bailey, S Tyler, J Strickland, M McCary, NC Harris
BioScience 71 (7), 741-749, 2021
Effects of woodland restoration and management on the community of surface-active arthropods in the metropolitan Chicago region
MA McCary, JC Martínez, L Umek, L Heneghan, DH Wise
Biological Conservation 190, 154-166, 2015
Urban mosquito distributions are modulated by socioeconomic status and environmental traits in the USA
S Yitbarek, K Chen, M Celestin, M McCary
Ecological Applications 33 (5), e2869, 2023
Aquatic insect subsidies influence microbial composition and processing of detritus in near‐shore subarctic heathland
MA McCary, MD Kasprzak, JC Botsch, D Hoekman, RD Jackson, ...
Oikos 130 (9), 1523-1534, 2021
Vegetation structure modulates ecosystem and community responses to spatial subsidies
MA McCary, RD Jackson, C Gratton
Ecosphere 12 (4), e03483, 2021
Unintended consequences of planting native and non‐native trees in treeless ecosystems to mitigate climate change
J Moyano, RD Dimarco, J Paritsis, T Peterson, DA Peltzer, KM Crawford, ...
Journal of Ecology, 2024
Predators control pests and increase yield across crop types and climates: a meta-analysis
GX Boldorini, MA Mccary, GQ Romero, KL Mills, NJ Sanders, PB Reich, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 291 (2018), 20232522, 2024
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